A: Two years ago, when he arrived in MotoGP, he was not intimidated. He understood his own abilities and pushed everybody else to raise the level. What I appreciate about Marc is that he is not another rider; he really makes the difference. When I first met him in 2013, I liked him a lot because he is a smart rider. He has the ability to figure things out in advance and he is able to manage and adapt to race conditions. Marc has grown as a racer, in his performance, and in his ability to control the pace. In his debut season in MotoGP, he pushed a lot to find the limit, sometimes he crashed, but in the race it worked out okay. He was calmer in 2014 and I expect that this year he will be wiser and smarter. At the end of the day, he wants the championship, but he doesn’t have anything to prove.